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 Post subject: D7000 Hot Pixels
PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2012 2:37 am 
Hi Everyone,

I recently got a new D7000 from BB and when I was taking some pics I noticed 2 hot pixels below 800 ISO all the way down to 100 ISO. I ended up getting Nikon to re-map them and tested it briefly and they are gone. I was reading online to follow the below test and see if there are any. Just wondering if the below is normal?? Am I being to anal now? Is there a better test I should be using?

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30sec exposure at the below ISO's lens cap on the lens dark room. Results are using deadpixeltest tool and confirmed results visualy

Results using deadpixeltest tool
100 ISO = 0 Hot
200 ISO = 0 Hot
400 ISO = 0 Hot
800 ISO = 0 Hot
1200 ISO = 2 Hot
4000 ISO = 4 Hot
Max ISO = 10+ Hot

Thanks T


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 Post subject: Re: D7000 Hot Pixels
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 2:12 am 
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It seems pretty good to me, though I'm no expert.

I can tolerate the odd hot pixel at high ISOs, and I've found that they can come and go, anyway (at least on my D90).

However, with most of my photography I keep ISO as low as I reasonably can (including using a tripod), but if not, it's simple to take care of in PP if there's only the odd one (or two).

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